A swift journey will take you to the Capital of Culture 2016. Wrocław, the City of 100 Bridges will enchant you with its splendid Gothic Old Town!
- After you arrive to Wrocław start with the Old Town, splendidly reconstructed after the II World War, where you can admire a fine example of the Gothic architecture – the Town Hall of Wroclaw. Have a stroll around the Old Town till you reach the inconspicuous building hosting the famous 114-meter wide Racławice Panorama, a painting commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Racławice (4 April 1794), one of the Polish victories during the Kościuszko Insurrection against the Russian army.
- If you are not a great fan of the traditional Art, visit the Modern Art Museum situated in a greatly revitalised former air-raid shelter. A café at the top of the shelter gives stunning views over Wroclaw
- Did you know that Wrocław is the City of 100 Bridges? Sounds like Amsterdam, doesn’t it? But its most famous bridge is the Tumski bridge cherished by lovers who embellish it with lockers commemorating their love. If you are too tired after the night of craziness, you can get there by boat, admiring the island-city from the deck
- To end the tour stop by the Centennial Hall featuring on the UNESCO World Heritage list! Take as many pictures as you want, it is worth it
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